One of the biggest contributors to global warming relates to methane emissions from bovines through belching and flatus.
Methane is a very potent greenhouse gas with a warming potential more than 28 times than that of carbon dioxide (CO2). In fact, some estimates suggest bovine methane emissions are 80 times more destructive than CO2 emissions.
It is also estimated that approximately 25% of all methane is produced directly from fermentation by cows, and that the “average” cow can may produce as much as 250 liters of methane daily.
Different types of seaweed ingested by bovines have been proven to reduce methane emissions by approximately 20% and 80%.
We work closely with major producers of seaweed in North America, South America, Europe, and Africa.
These species of seaweed have been proven to reduce methane emissions in bovines, an accomplishment supported by proprietary university research.
Additionally, we work closely with the largest exporters of live breeding cattle the Americas, providing us with access to the largest bovine farms in the western hemisphere.
Notably, carbon credit programs standards have been developed by the largest greenhouse gas compliance management participants in the carbon industry, providing a unique way to manage livestock assets.